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Bellevue student arrested for inducing panic

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Tuesday the Bellevue Police Department arrested a 16-year-old Bellevue High School student for inducing panic and disorderly conduct.

Police say at the beginning of the school day two students alerted the Bellevue High School staff of statements made by the 16-year-old student about threats surrounding Bellevue and explosive devices and other dangerous articles.

There was no specific threat mentioned and the school and students remained safe. The student was taken into custody without incident. A search warrant was executed at the student's home and no explosives or bomb making materials were found. A few items were taken as evidence including a laptop and a cell phone. They've been sent to a crime lab for examination.

Bellevue Police say the school staff reacted swiftly and professionally to the incident.
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